|Fri, June 29, 2012 at 4:10 AM|
|Fri, June 29, 2012 at 4:00 AM|
What's Ike Ellis been up to these days?
IKE ELLIS, is shooting videos, completing the album, building networks with the right individuals to propel the career in the right direction. I also did a one day basketball camp for the kids of my community "Woodside" North Carolina recently.
If you can sum up who Ike Ellis is in just one word what would it be?
A lot of people have been feeling your latest single "Shake Ya Body", for those that haven't heard the joint yet how would you describe it to them?
High energy, international bounce to introduce IKE ELLIS to the world, the ladies, and the club. Many listeners has criticized the song due to the change of style, but it's to bum rush the industry, so the haters can actually listen to what I really want to talk about eventually.
Do you plan to shoot a video for that single, showing pretty video vixen's shaking their body ...READ MORE
Grammy-Nominated R&B Performer Tyrese Headlines
Free 'Music Spotlight Series' at "5 Towers" on Universal CityWalk as the State-of-the-Art Concert Venue Marks its One Year Anniversary
Versatile actor/musician/philanthropist Tyrese, known world-wide for his lead roles in the blockbuster series "Transformers" and "2 Fast and 2 Furious," will take the stage at the "5 Towers" on CityWalk to perform hits from his latest album, "Open Invitation" including the number one single, "Stay."
Hundreds of fans are expected to catch Tyrese's soulful renditions of hits like the sultry "Sweet Lady" and the smash track "How U Gonna Act Like That."
WHO: Versatile actor/musician/philanthropist Tyrese, known world-wide for his lead roles in the blockbuster series "Transformers" and "2 Fast and 2 Furious," will take the stage at the "5 Towers" on CityWalk to perform hits from his latest album, "Open Invitation" inc ...READ MORE
On March 19th, 2012 Nike Ultra Endurance Athlete Jason Lester began The Journey for a Better World in NYC. Over the next 102 days, he has run and biked 4,800 miles across the United States to Oregon to show the world how a Better World starts with sport.
Along the way, he made a stop in ATL on April 13th, where I got the chance to meet him and hear about his journey. I penned a poem entitled "Better Journey" as a surprise to welcome him to Atlanta.
As a result, Jason challenged me to make a song called "Never Stop" which is his mantra. A month later, and several more states into his journey, I FINALLY put together a theme song for Jason called "Never Stop."
Produced By NYC DJ/Producer DJ Eleven (The Rub), this track is designed to "do good with a vengeance."
Jason is inspiring the world through sport, as I try to inspire the world through music.
It's amazing what a little inspiration can do.
Be sure to follow Jason's journey at:
http://www.nikebetterworld.com/journ ...READ MORE
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June 16 marked the return of Notty Dred! This was the first time he's been on the show in months. He called in during the 3:30 segment to talk about the NBA Finals and the Manny Pacquiao fight. He ended up in a few d ...READ MORE
|Thurs, June 28, 2012 at 4:03 AM|
|Wed, June 27, 2012 at 3:38 PM|
Quincy Jones attends Spotify Stories Behind the Music event held at the Andaz Hotel in Hollywood, Calif., as a guest of honor and when it came time for Jones to say a few words, boy did he have something to say about Diddy.
According to Jones, "P. Diddy wouldn't know a B-flat, if it hit him," he states when he responded to an audience question with an admonition to "learn your craft." "P. Diddy has a doctorate in marketing, he's got clothes companies, and Ciroc vodka." he adds.
I don't expect ...READ MORE
|Wed, June 27, 2012 at 2:19 PM|
Dr. Tosha Rogers Launches BODY TALK Health Campaign
ATLANTA-For years we've been told early detection is the biggest defender against most physical ailments. Unfortunately for many women visiting the OB/GYN evokes an uncomfortable conversation that many choose to avoid. Atlanta-based OB/GYN Tosha Rogers wants to change the way women interact with their gynecologist. "Every woman should feel completely comfortable talking with her OB/GYN about anything going on with her body. If you aren't comfortable, then you need a new doctor. A conversation can mean the difference between life and death, fertility and infertility," Dr. Tosha says. As a result Dr. Tosha is launching a campaign geared towards African American and Latino women; groups that statistically have the highest rates of feminine health complications. The BODY TALK campaign mission is to invoke dialogue amongst young African-American and Latino women in order to promote education regarding sexual health, early detection fo ...READ MORE